ONSITE: Metalworking (Ages 12-14)

Try working with metal and traditional metalworking tools. We’ll explore different ways to cut metal safely and bend it accurately, then we’ll try texturing, hammering and stamping. Students ages 9-11 will focus on cold connection (learning to drill, rivet, and friction fit), then they’ll create and fasten their own metal designs. Students ages 12-14 will also have the opportunity to light the acetylene torch and use it to soften or anneal and or solder. Learn the skills, tools and techniques to create individual sculptural works of your own.

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About the Instructor

Jeannine Metzfield

Jeannine's spirited creativity turned to metalsmithing in 2002. She has studied Metals at Virginia Commonwealth University, The Visual Arts Center, Arrowmont and Penland School of Crafts. She currently teaches metalsmithing at The Visual Arts Center, and to private clients. In her studio she is inspired by the beauty and strength of nature. In her classes she promotes caring for the earth by sharing ethical practices. Jeannine is featured at Fan Frame and Fine Art on Robinson and, 43rd St Gallery in Forest Hill.
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ONSITE: Metalworking (Ages 12-14)

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Class Details
January 11 - February 294 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Day: Thu
Tuition: $110.00
Member Tuition: $99.00
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Jeannine Metzfield